• Andrew Wilner, MD

When Patients Are Alone

On my daily hospital rounds, I often encounter patients who can't communicate because of their neurologic condition. When no family or friends are present, this situation limits my ability to care for the patient. I explored this challenging situation in a recent Medscape article.


Click here to read, "How Family in the Room Affects Patient Care."


Please comment on the article!


#patient care, # hospitalization, #coma, #encephalopathy,

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